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A tribute: Pink sanitation trucks honor late leader

posted: 09/03/2015 midnight Discuss

The late Conway sanitation director Cheryl Harrington likely would have been tickled pink about four new garbage trucks dedicated to her memory.

New sanitation director plans to enhance services

posted: 09/03/2015 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — The new Conway sanitation director, Joe Hopper of Alma, said he’s always heard “excellent things” about the department that he will head starting Sept. 14

UCA president ‘thrilled’ with Conway Daze turnout

posted: 09/03/2015 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — University of Central Arkansas freshman Deonte Jackson of Star City had a tote bag bulging with T-shirts and other free items he’d picked up Friday at Conway Daze, an annual campus event.

Surgery for kidney tumor successful

posted: 08/30/2015 midnight Discuss

Yes, it was cancer.

B.J. McMillen: Greenbrier football coach is ‘life of the team’

posted: 08/30/2015 midnight Discuss

The most popular member of the Greenbrier High School football team has never played a down, but he keeps the players and coaches upbeat.

A round of theatrics in Keith household

posted: 08/23/2015 midnight Discuss

I’ve decided my family is weird enough for us to have our own reality TV show.

Don’t forget to pick kids up from camp

posted: 08/16/2015 midnight Discuss

Editor’s note: Tammy Keith is on leave, and her sons are now too old for camp, unless they were to go as counselors. This column originally ran in May 2007. My younger son is on the waiting list for camp this summer. He should get used to it. In our family, waiting and camp go together.

Deliver Hope leases house for resource center

posted: 08/09/2015 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — Daniel Tyler stood in the front yard of the house Deliver Hope has leased on Robinson Avenue in Conway and looked across the street at the Faulkner County Detention Center.

Too much technology for Mom

posted: 08/09/2015 midnight Discuss

There are four televisions in this house, and I can’t watch any of them.

Back to the land of clothes and calories

posted: 08/02/2015 midnight Discuss

I’m back to the reality of having to wear clothes and eat right. Last week’s fill-in column was about the beach because I was … at the beach. So, forgive me, but that’s my topic this week, too. We hadn’t been there in three years, thanks to my husband’s journey to get more education and earn a doctorate — even though he was the one who had fun in college, and I was the one with the good grade-point average.

Request for Conway homeless shelter fails

posted: 08/02/2015 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — Greg Pillow, president of the Ministry Center’s board of directors, said he is “disappointed and sad” after the Conway City Council didn’t approve the group’s proposed homeless shelter.

A day for women: The Great Escape set for Aug. 29 to benefit shelter

posted: 08/02/2015 midnight Discuss

The Women’s Shelter of Central Arkansas in Conway knows a thing or two about women, and its board of directors created a fundraiser that focuses on a day of relaxation and fun.

St. Joseph School Bazaar begins Friday

posted: 07/30/2015 midnight Discuss

CONWAY — Fun, fellowship and good food never seem to get old, even after a century.

Florida trip with hubby proves to have many highlights

posted: 07/26/2015 midnight Discuss

Tammy Keith is along the Gulf Coast on vacation. This column, chronicling some of the highlights from a previous summer vacation, was originally published on June 3, 2012. I don’t feel like it’s summer unless I’ve gone to the beach, and this was the first summer that my husband and I went alone to Destin, Florida. When I was pregnant with my firstborn 22 years ago, we went with my husband’s then-single brother. From then on, it was with our two boys. Sometimes we’d throw in a girlfriend, a friend or other family members.

Honored to help: Conway man named as director of state agency

posted: 07/19/2015 midnight Discuss

Craig Cloud of Conway said his 20 years of experience in the human-services industry prepared him to take on his new role as director of the state Division of Aging and Adult Services.

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